Extra convert tools for rayinvr
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Aleksandr Beliaev e3930ed7fb Fixed several runtime errors caused by strict format definitions in modern Fortran 4 years ago
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v2c.f Fixed several runtime errors caused by strict format definitions in modern Fortran 4 years ago
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README

The files v2c.com and v2c.par are "include files" for v2c.f.
The maximum number of layers, nodes per layer, etc. are defined
in the file v2c.par. If your velocity model file is very large
you may need to increase some of the parameters in this file.

v2c can be compiled using something like:
f77 v2c.f -o v2c
Similarly, c2v can be compiled using something like:
f77 c2v.f -o c2v
Ignore any warnings when compiling v2c.




The bonus program vrev.f can be used to reverse the direction of
a rayinvr v.in file.

vrev can be compiled using something like:
f77 vrev.f -o vrev

Perhaps you also want to reverse the direction of picks in a
tx.in file so they can be used with a reversed v.in file. If so,
use the program txrev.f to do this.

txrev can be compiled using something like:
f77 txrev.f -o txrev